Have you ever turned down an offer, then thought about changing your mind later?
What a great feeling to receive a job offer. But Is your gut telling you something you don’t necessarily want to hear? Do any of the following seven reasons apply to your situation?
Recruiters and career experts agree that, if you didn't get an interview or phone call -- or even a thank-you email -- it may be due to at least one of six reasons.
They told me how great a fit I’d be for the job. But I just called them and they’ve given the position to someone else. What gives?
You are being judged for each action that you take (or fail to take). Not sending a Thank You note after each interview, not letting your networking contacts know what stage you’re at in you your search are common errors with simple solutions.
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Are there ways to grease the employer's wheels so that the offer gets to you faster? There are, but there’s a certain amount of finesse, and possibly risk, involved.
You interviewed like a pro and now the employer is keen to make you a job offer. Have you prepped your references well in advance so that they’re ready to speak on your behalf?
You can increase your chances of being chosen for the next round of interviews by following up professionally. Here's how...
Regardless of how you believe you performed during the interview, sending a short thank-you note afterward demonstrates initiative and courtesy.